This series follows the misadventures of Joan Warner, a top business executive as she battles the sexual politics of big business and the general ineptness of her staff. She is aided in her struggle to balance motherhood, her career and her "mad Italian maid" by her faithful male secretary Graham Jones.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1981-09-05

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Red Letter Media, LLC is an American film and video production company operated by independent filmmakers Mike Stoklasa (formerly of GMP Pictures) and Jay Bauman (formerly of Blanc Screen Cinema). The company was formed by Stoklasa in 2004 while living in Scottsdale, Arizona, but, as of 2011, is based in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. It attracted significant attention in 2009 through Stoklasa's 70-minute video review of the 1999 film Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. The review was posted in seven parts on YouTube, and was presented by his character “Harry S. Plinkett”. While Stoklasa had published other video reviews of several Star Trek films before that, his The Phantom Menace and subsequent Star Wars prequel reviews were praised for both content and presentation. Stoklasa has produced other works under the Red Letter Media banner, including short comedies and web series (The Grabowskis), several review-based web series (including Half in the Bag, Best of the Worst and re:View), and concert, wedding, and corporate videos. His low-budget features have been largely horror and comedy, and have included Feeding Frenzy, The Recovered, Oranges: Revenge of the Eggplant and Space Cop. Bauman, who directed Stoklasa in several low-budget features under the Blanc Screen Cinema banner, has been a director and producer on most of his projects. In addition, Stoklasa has employed his colleague Rich Evans as a full-time actor and stagehand in their projects.

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On May 24, 2016, the company released the first episode of a new series called “re:View”. Compared to the company's other shows, the format is a much more stripped down and straight forward approach to film critique. Two members of Red Letter Media sit in front of a red curtain and offer thoughts and insight on a “classic” film such as Tremors, Eraserhead, and Ghostbusters. Clips of the film being discussed are interwoven, typically to lend emphasis to a specific point being made, or to showcase some of the most memorable moments from the film.

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